CHARLOTTE, N.C. (WBTV) – Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools and Rock Hill Schools are moving all of their Friday night football games due to the threat of impacts from Hurricane Ian.

According to staff from both districts, all varsity football games that were scheduled for Sept. 30 have now been moved to Thursday, Sept. 29.

Additionally, all CMS junior varsity football games will be moved to Monday, Oct. 3.

Catawba County Schools JV games will move to Wednesday and varsity football games to Thursday, a representative with the district said. The exception is St. Stephens High School’s schedule; a decision on that will be made Tuesday morning.

Union County Schools made changes to some of their games.

Anson County Schools also rescheduled its JV and Varsity football games from Friday to Sept. 28 at 7 p.m.

The impacts from Ian could include torrential rain, flash flooding and tornadoes.

Cabarrus County Schools Public Schools are also looking at moving their athletic events, but no schedule changes have been finalized yet.

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